One of the most overlooked months of the year for North American facing bookmakers is none other than May, thirty-one action packed days of frenetic gambling.
The 2008 British Open winner is Padraig Harrington.
Padraig Harrington was the reigning British Open champion and came in with 22/1 odds at Sportingbet, which was currently offering excellent payout odds on the upcoming Ryder Cup (September 16-21).
It's the final day of the 2008 British Open Sunday and odds were still available on this very tight event coming into the AM hours.
2008 British Open betting odds were once again available following play of Day 2 and it was a Korean golfer who ended the day in the lead.
With 66/1 odds heading into Friday's play of the 2008 British Open, Greg Norman continued to excel and took over sole position of the lead.
As could be expected after Day One of play, odds to win the 2008 British Open have changed - rather dramatically in some cases.
No longer is Rocco Mediate a 125/1 long shot. He led the pack heading into Friday and has managed to maintain just a semblance of that value with 16/1 odds or +1600, with the potential to payo out $1600 for every $100 bet at Diamond Sports (a BetCRIS company).
Odds to win the 2008 British Open have all golfers promising a huge payout thanks to Tiger Woods absence.
It what was one of the greatest US Open playoffs in history, Tiger Woods wins the 2008 US Open, though it went right down to the wire.
Tiger Woods has more career major wins and career PGA Tour wins than any other active golfer. This was his 14th Major win.
The 2008 US Open playoff went into sudden death beyond the 18th hole following a clutch birdie by Woods. It was just the third time since instituted in 1954 that sudden death took place.
Woods had an advantage in the 19th hole after he hit within the fairway zone. Rocco Mediate went left in the bunker.
Matthew Gooch, 82, has been released from prison nearly 40 years after shooting and killing a man during a home poker game.